Highway 3 Rest AreaPortes ouvertes en personne Dutton Dunwich


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Highway 3 Rest Area

Part of the Trans-Canada Trail system, there are picnic tables with shade in this area, with garbage receptacles near by.  The history of Highway 3 dates back to 1920, when the Department of Public Highways (DPHO) assumed ownership of a series of existing roads which passed through the Counties of Essex, Kent, Elgin, Oxford, Norfolk, Haldimand & Welland (Niagara).  When Highway 3 was first assumed, almost the entire length of the highway was either earth, sand, clay, or gravel surfaced. Only a handful of sections were paved with a macadam surface. Accordingly, many sections of Highway 3 were impassable in wet weather during the 1920s. Fortunately, paving work progressed very rapidly on this highway. 

Informations de contact

27019 Talbot Line
Wallacetown, Ontario



Année de construction: 1920s

Dates/heures d'ouverture

oct. 22, 10:00a.m. - oct. 22, 04:00p.m.

Day Use Only